What design can do & IKEA foundation announce global design challenge to help refugees

 

Design platform What Design Can Do is partnering with IKEA Foundation on a global design challenge aimed at improving the lives of refugee families in urban areas. Designers, artists and imaginative trouble-shooters from all countries and disciplines are invited to take part. The challenge will launch in early 2016 and conclude with the awarding of funds and support for the winning ideas.
The WDCD Challenge is supported by UNHCR’s Innovation unit and the Dutch funds DOEN Foundation and Art of Impact.
Find more information about the challenge here.

Before the official launch in early 2016, participants can preregister via: whatdesigncando.com/challenge

This post was written by AGI

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